U.S. newspaper: the political process collapsed and al-Qaida and the militias preparing

U.S. newspaper: the political process collapsed and al-Qaida and the militias preparing

Published 11/02/2013 11:50 AM

Babinaoz – Agencies: newspaper warned U.S. that Iraq would move towards civil war, and that al-Qaida and the militias carrying out mobilization ranks again, pointing out that al-Qaeda has benefited from the crisis through sent teams fighting to Fallujah last month to attack the forces of order.

While She reported that the protests list confirms the collapse of the political process, said that Iraq “without a president” and that the absence of the latter ended the possibility of no-confidence in Maliki, indicating that the actors in the demonstrations are Sunni tribes, not political leaders, and marginalized over the outbreak of war sectarian.

The paper said that al-Maliki on March over a year policy to intimidate his opponents, as stated that the invitation to the latter to a majority government that would exclude the most important representatives of the year, surprising to ignore U.S. protests despite the passage of more than a month which, as emphasized that the current crisis is the mission for the maintenance of America’s interests.

She said, “The Washington Post” newspaper, the U.S. Avctahaatha by experts specialize in strategic affairs, namely Kimberly Kagan, president of the Institute Study of War, and Frederick Kagan, program director threats critical and a researcher at the American Enterprise Institute, said that “Iraq is teetering on the brink of renewed violence, Perhaps civil war, while the al-Qaida in Iraq and militias re-fill its ranks, “asserting that” al-Qaeda in Iraq have already benefited from this situation, where I was able Islamic State of Iraq to send teams fighting to Fallujah last month to attack a number of soldiers in the army positions Iraqi, was raised black flags jihadists in the Sunni protests. ”

And warned the opening of that, “if not allowed Maliki representation Sunni in the government, the al-Qaeda will gain more popularity in these areas, and will get external support”, believing that “the recent protests confirm the collapse of the political process that has been reached in the year 2007, which reaffirmed forming a grand coalition government comprising Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds after the parliamentary elections in 2010. ”

The newspaper pointed out the most actively traded in the United States, that “the Iraqi constitution determines the sequence of power, but with the absence of the president and one of his deputies there were only one deputy, an ally of the owners clearly, Iraq actually without a president, and in his absence paralyzed the political process that requires presidential involvement, including in moving forward in the long-term efforts by Sunnis and Kurds to hold a parliamentary vote of no confidence for Maliki. ”

And saw the Washington Post that “the key players in the current crisis is not the Sunni leadership political, but tribal leaders, including Ali Hatem Suleiman, a powerful Sunni tribal leaders large in Iraq, has resisted he and his colleagues Qaeda and renounce violence against the state, but they responded to the killing of demonstrators last month threatening an open war against the state for the first time since 2007. so far at least, exercise restraint and prevent violent confrontation, “noting that” the marginalization of Sunni political leaders increases the chances of sectarian war by continuing to not address the underlying grievances made by the Sunni tribes, or reshape the Shiite front. ”

And went on American newspaper saying “Over the year March Maliki efforts to intimidate opponents through political maneuvering, judicial, military, and if Maliki does not accept to respond to the demands of protesters and allow genuine participation in government, the prospects halt Iraq’s slide toward sectarian conflict will be very weak,” adding that the “Maliki has sought to form a majority government that would exclude the most important representatives of the year.”

And was amazed at editorial by experts in strategic affairs, that “protests in Iraq that lasted more than protests Egyptian, which lasted 18 days in 2011 twice but they pass unnoticed one almost in the United States,” emphasizing that “this crisis important For America, the vital interests of the United States are that have been undermined in the past year include preventing Iraq from becoming a haven for al-Qaeda, and to prevent the destabilization of the region, and creating a security vacuum or dictatorship ignite a sectarian civil war.